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Guest Eduardo T Diaz


Can u tell me what r the numbers like 437 on 6E, 438 on 5A, 439 on 4D, 440 on 3G, 441 on 2B, and 442 on 1E what r the numbers stand for on a

Guitar Tuner?

Thx for the Help


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Hi Eduardo I am not sure I can explain all of it coming from an electronic background 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, and 442 are the frequency of the notes if you were to play that note into the input of a frequency counter the counter would give you the frequency number of the pitch of the note some insterments are turned to a slight different pitch so if you want to play with them you will need to tune according I find I mainly use 440 the 6E, 5A, 4D, 3G, 2b, and 1E are the octave of the musical pitch relating to that specific note

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